Interactive Space Showcases a Range of Designs for the Evolving Hospitality Industry
San Francisco, California / Crossville, Tennessee – Crossville, Inc. recently announced its partnership as the exclusive tile supplier for the new Hotel Design Lab in San Francisco, Calif. An innovative collaboration in hospitality design, the Hotel Design Lab is a project of the Newport Beach office of Gensler, the internationally renowned architecture and design firm. Hotel Design Lab features Crossville tile collections throughout vignettes in the 5,000 square foot space.
“The hospitality industry is changing rapidly and dramatically with the increased popularity of new lodging alternatives such as short term rentals, hostels, and boutique hotels. No matter the nature of a hospitality space, great design is imperative. That’s why it’s an honor to partner with Gensler in the Hotel Design Lab on this really innovative project,” says Melissa Marney, regional sales manager with Crossville. “We’re sparking new ideas with the people who make decisions about hospitality design.”
Crossville joins a lineup of other fine vendors for this project (see full list by clicking here). The Crossville tile selections featured include:
Lorraine Francis, Lorraine Francis AIA, LEED BD+C, Gensler’s regional director of hospitality interiors, states: “This was an amazing opportunity to partner with other hospitality industry leaders to provide an innovative venue for new gathering events and great design. We are honored to be part of this collaboration!”
“Our collaboration in HDL exemplifies our commitment to bold designs and the interior design community. There is no better way to inspire the design community about our product advantages than to showcase them in application,” summarizes Marney.
About Crossville, Inc.
An industry innovator, Crossville is the first U.S. tile manufacturer to achieve the following:
For more information on Crossville, visit crossvilleinc.com.
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